Carson Bechtel is a 20-year-old sophomore political science major at the University of La Verne, who identifies as non-binary with the pronouns he, him and they, them. His personal story of being a victim of sexual assault and rape begins when he was made to leave his father’s home in Phoenix in 2019.
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Today I got up late, about 11 a.m. Compared to some of my other friends, that’s pretty early. But then again, we are in college.
Since the start of the pandemic last March when classes went all online, many University of La Verne faculty members have worked hard to teach to the best of their abilities while also looking out for their students.
The American Museum of Ceramic Art is holding this year’s high school exhibition publicly and went virtual for the second year in a row.
As part of the University of La Verne’s recognition and celebration of Gaypril, the event “The Stories of Our Lives” was held April 14 over Zoom.
An amendment to Assembly Bill 46, titled the “The Youth Empowerment Act,” would create a California Youth Empowerment Commission with other changes to support youth political activity.
The University of La Verne Women in Technology club was created to motivate members to work in their field of study, and make them feel they are part of a family by supporting one another and sharing opportunities.
Professor Grace Kyungwon Hong analyzed the effects of virtual reality technology during the Phebe Spalding Lecture in Gender and Women’s Studies at the Pomona College on Feb. 24 via Zoom.
If a California workplace puts employees or customers in danger from exposure to COVID-19, that workplace must communicate to those employees and customers immediately that they have been exposed, under a new state law that went into effect last month.
A proposed state law would require all California K-12 schools to provide students with free lunches, no paperwork required.